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Pane Rustico
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                               Pane Rustico
Recipe By     :LaCucina
Serving Size  : 8     Preparation Time :0:00
Categories    : Volume 4-05 May 2001
  Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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  1           teaspoon  active dry yeast
  14              cups  unbleached bread flour
  1         tablespoon  salt
  1         tablespoon  extra-virgin olive oil
     1/2           cup  cornmeal
Dissolved the yeast in 1 cup warm (110) water and let rest for 5 
minutes.  Gradually stir in 2 cups of the flour, mixing thoroughly with 
a wooden spoon.  Cover with plastic wrap and set this biga aside at room 
temperature until tripled in volume, about 10 hours.
Pour 2 cups of room temperature water and the salt into the biga, stir 
well, and begin adding the flour 1 cup at a time, stirring all the while, 
until the dough is smooth and not too sticky. Turn it out onto a lightly 
floured counter and knead energetically until it is smooth and elastic, 
about 8 minutes, slapping it onto the counter a few times and using only 
as much flour as you need to prevent it from sticking; you may not need 
all the flour.  Place the dough in a lightly oiled bowl, cover with 
plastic wrap, and let rise in the refrigerator for at least 8 hours and 
up to 18 hours; it should double in size.  Punch it down, knead it 
briefly, cover it again, and let it rise at room temperature until 
doubled.
Place a baking stone on the bottom rack of the oven and preheat the oven 
to 450.  Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured counter without 
deflating it, and cut into eight even pieces; dust with flour, cover with 
a towel and let rise until doubled, about 1 1/2 hours.
Sprinkle a baking peel (or the back of a baking sheet) with the cornmeal,
place the risen loaves on it, dust with a little flour, and slide onto 
the baking stone.  If the loaves do not all fit on the baking stone at 
once, bake half at a time and keep the waiting loaves covered.  Spray 
with water from a spray bottle three times during the first 10 minutes.  
Bake for a total of 35 minutes, or until the crust is golden brown and 
the bottom of the loaves sounds hollow when it is tapped.  Cool on rack.
NOTES : There are a few tricks to crusty, flavorful homemade bread.  
Biga, a yeasted sponge, gives the bread a crispier, darker crust; a long, 
slow rise ensures that the bread won't have a yeasty taste; and a baking 
stone imitates the strong heat of a wood burning oven.  Bread flour has a 
higher gluten content than all purpose flour, allowing the bread to rise 
more once it is placed in the heat of the oven.
Contributed to the FareShare Gazette by Jennie <BarFav@aol.com>; 
30 May, 2001.
FareShare Gazette Y4 v05 n30
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Per serving: 48 Calories (kcal); 2g Total Fat; (34% calories from fat); 
1g Protein; 7g Carbohydrate; 0mg Cholesterol; 800mg Sodium
Food Exchanges: 1/2 Grain(Starch); 0 Lean Meat; 0 Vegetable; 0 Fruit; 
1/2 Fat; 0 Other Carbohydrates
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                              Parmesan Rolls
Recipe By     :
Serving Size  : 0     Preparation Time :0:00
Categories    : Volume 4-05 May 2001
  Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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  3 1/2             c.  flour -- (3 1/2 to 4)
  2           packages  yeast
  2                 T.  sugar
  2                 t.  garlic salt
  1                 t.  Italian seasoning
  1                  c  milk
     1/2            c.  water
  2                 T.  butter or margarine
  1                     egg
     1/2            c.  parmesan cheese
                        --
  2                 T.  butter or margarine, melted
     1/4            c.  parmesan cheese
In mixer combine 1 1/2 c. flour, yeast, sugar, salt and seasonings, mix 
well.
Heat milk, water and butter until warm, butter does not need to melt.  
Add to flour mixture.  Add egg.  Blend at low speed until moistened, beat 
3 minutes.  By hand add 1/2 c. parmesan cheese (Please use real shredded 
parmesan cheese, not the powdered stuff that is kept on shelves.)and 
additional flour to make a firm dough.  Knead until smooth and elastic 
about 3-5 minutes.  Place in greased bowl, turning to grease top.  Cover 
let rise in warm oven (turn to lowest setting for a minute or two, turn 
off) for 15 minutes.
Punch dough down and divide into 16 pieces.  Form into balls.  Dip tops 
in melted butter and 1/4 c. parmesan cheese.  Place in 9x13 pan or two 9" 
round pans.  Cover and let rise in warm oven 10 minutes.  Bake at 375 for 
20-25 minutes or until golden brown.
Contributed to the FareShare Gazette by Connie <CGarlitz@aol.com>; 
24 May 2001.
Year 4 Volume 05 Number 24
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                                  Pastis
Recipe By     :BBC Good Food magazine, November 2000
Serving Size  : 6     Preparation Time :0:00
Categories    : Volume 4-05 May 2001
  Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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  20                    prunes
                        [about 225 g or 8 ounces]
  4        tablespoons  Armagnac -- (60 mL)
  3        tablespoons  tea -- (45 mL)
  6                     apples
                        [eating type - peeled and thickly sliced]
  1              ounce  butter -- (25 g)
                        plus extra for greasing the baking sheet
  6        tablespoons  caster sugar -- (90 mL)
                        [very fine granulated sugar]
                        Grated zest of 1 lemon
  6                     filo pastry sheets -- defrosted
                        [each about 11x14 inches / 28 x 37 cm]
  2             ounces  melted butter -- (50 g)
  2                     digestive biscuits -- crumbled
                        Powdered or icing sugar for sifting
Preparation time is about 40 minutes plus 2 hours soaking time for the
prunes.  Cooking time is 30 to 35 minutes.
Place the prunes in a shallow bowl with the Armagnac and the tea; soak 
for about 2 hours.
Cook the apples gently in the first amount of butter with half the sugar
and the lemon zest for 5 minutes.  Add the prunes and the liquid. Remove 
from the heat.
Preheat the oven to 425F (220C/Gas 7/convection oven 200C).  Butter a 
large baking sheet. 
Have the sheets of filo pastry ready and covered with a damp tea towel to 
keep them from drying out. Take one sheet of filo and, using a pastry 
brush, coat it with melted butter. Place it on the prepared baking sheet.
Butter the next sheet of filo and place it on the first one offsetting it
slightly at an angle so that by the time you have all six sheets done the
result will look like the spokes of a wheel or a flower.
Sprinkle a circle of biscuit crumbs over the top, halfway in from the
edges, to keep the filo crisp.
Spread the apples, prunes and juices on top.
Gather the ends of the pastry and either twist them together in a bundle
or crumple them up gently with your fingers to make a ruffled top.
Brush a little melted butter over and dust with the remaining caster
sugar.
Bake for 10 minutes then lower the oven temperature to 350F (180C / Gas 4
/ 160C convection) and continue baking for 15 to 20 minutes until brown
and crisp.  Remove to a serving plate and sift powdered sugar over the 
top.
This was originally made with a strudel-type dough.  Can be served hot or 
cold.
From BBC Good Food magazine; November 2000.
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Contributed to the FareShare Gazette by Hallie; 13 May 2001.
Year 4 Volume 05 Number 13
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Per serving: 253 Calories (kcal); 12g Total Fat; (40% calories from fat); 
1g Protein; 39g Carbohydrate; 31mg Cholesterol; 120mg Sodium
Food Exchanges: 0 Grain(Starch); 0 Lean Meat; 0 Vegetable; 2 1/2 Fruit; 
2 1/2 Fat; 0 Other Carbohydrates
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                   Peach Bread Pudding with Peach Sauce
Recipe By     :Edmonton Journal 1994
Serving Size  : 1     Preparation Time :0:00
Categories    : Volume 4-05 May 2001
  Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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  1                     loaf          French bread
                        or 2 baguettes
  4               cups  whole milk -- (1 liter)
  3                     eggs -- lightly beaten
  2               cups  sugar -- (500 mL)
  2        tablespoons  vanilla extract -- (30 mL)
  1           teaspoon  ground cinnamon -- (5 mL)
  1                cup  golden raisins -- (125 mL)
  1                     peach -- peeled and chopped
                        **PEACH SAUCE**
  1              pound  ripe peaches -- (454 g)
     1/3           cup  icing sugar -- (75 mL)
  2        tablespoons  orange juice -- (30 mL)
Preheat oven to 375 F.
Tear the bread into 1-inch pieces and place in a very large bowl.  Pour 
in the milk and let the bread soak until saturated, about 30 minutes; 
stir briskly with a wooden spoon.  Coat a 13 x 9-inch dish with baking 
spray, or butter it lightly.  Stir together the eggs, sugar, vanilla, 
cinnamon, raisins and peach.  Pour the mixture into the prepared baking 
dish and bake until the pudding is set, about 1 hour.
PEACH SAUCE:  Coarsely puree the peaches in a food processor or blender.
Add the confectioners' sugar and orange juice.  Chill.  
Serve the pudding with cold peach sauce.  If you're feeling generous, you 
could offer an alternative of hot butterscotch sauce discreetly laced 
with bourbon or rum.  Just before serving, fold in a diced peach.
From the Edmonton Journal; 1994.
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Contributed to the FareShare Gazette by Hallie; 23 May, 2001.
Year 4 Volume 05 Number 23
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